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Putting site safety and security at the heart of building design and construction.
Since the company was founded in 2009, SafeSite Facilities has become an industry leader when it comes to making construction sites, event venues, highways and vacant properties safe and secure while protecting the public from harm.
We specialise in selling and hiring out purpose built barriers, fencing, and hoarding to fulfil a wide range of safety and security uses such as traffic management, perimeter security, worker and pedestrian safety.
We also offer site protection services such as security personnel, guard dogs, state of the art CCTV and alarms. Speed ramps, anti-slip walkways, ground protection and mobile lighting towers are also available to buy or hire for your site.
With SafeSite Facilities you’re not just getting the product - we also have an experienced helpdesk and location crew who coordinate delivery and installation across the UK. We have gained accreditations from many of the major health and safety governing bodies so you can rest assured that your needs are in safe hands.
From beginning to end you have an experienced team behind you who care about your workforce, your customers and the environment we live in. We source timber for our hoardings from sustainable sources and our concrete and water filled barriers are manufactured from recycled materials here in the UK.
We’ve built up a great reputation over the years but don’t just take our word for it, read our customers reviews online. Call or email us today for a free, no obligation competitive quotation.
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